Spotify signs an exclusive deal to stream Led Zepplin on their online music streaming service one year after signing Metallica. The company will also stream music for free on tablets and smartphones. Pandora stock is down on the news, and TheStreet's Debra Borchardt explains why.
Stock buyers seemed to vanish after the market opened and trading volume has been light. Ben Willis of Albert Fried tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt that he would like a correction, but doesn't expect it to happen this year.
Costco posted a disappointing earnings report despite a 5% rise in sales as the company was forced to cut prices on some products. The wholesale retailer earned $0.96 a share, a nickel below forecasts. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt has details from New York.
Internet stocks like Google, Yahoo! and Baidu are heading into year end as winners and T3's Scott Redler says they'll stay winners.
Bank CEOs will hate the new Volcker rule that says they have to sign off on their compliance. Cuttone's Keith Bliss explains why.
The Volcker rule vote has been delayed, but Well Fargo Funds Portfolio Strategist Brian Jacobsen thinks traders will find ways around it.
Lululemon names a new CEO to replace Christine Day as founder Chip Wilson steps down. The market says namaste to the change.
Internet firms are asking the President and Congress for less surveillance and its pushing the group higher on Monday.
The financial sector is under pressure as the vote on the Volcker rule nears. Mark Newton of Greywolf reads the charts.
Student loan companies like Sallie Mae face new oversight by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Ballard Spahr's John Culhane gives details.